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NBA star Kevin Durant sells $12 million Malibu beach house before move to Nets—take a look inside

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NBA Golden States Warriors star Kevin Durant announced on Sunday that he was signing with the Brooklyn Nets with a four-year contract worth up to $164 million, according to ESPN.

And on June 25, Durant sold his $12.15 million Malibu, California beach house, according to Architectural Digest, just months after it was listed in April for $13.49 million (or $70,000 a month to lease). Durant reportedly paid $12.05 million for the house over a year ago.

Take a look inside the three-level beach house via the Instagram slideshows embedded below.

The 3,423-square-foot, four-bedroom and six-bathroom home is located on Broad Beach, according to Los Angeles Times.

It has "high ceilings" and "French oak floors," according to Architectural Digest, and it was recently remodeled. There is a kitchen, dining area, library and media room, and there is an elevator that services all three floors of the home, according to Architectural Digest.

The living space — which has a fireplace, skylight and floor-to-ceiling glass walls — the outdoor deck (with hot tub), and even a glass-walled bathroom shower all have views of the Pacific Ocean.

"#JustSold Victoria Point Rd in beautiful Malibu Not a bad gig driving up the coast to these spectacular views. Sold twice in 14 months, " The Agency listing agent James Harris, star of Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles," posted on June 25.

Disclosure: CNBC parent company NBCUniversal owns Bravo. This story has been updated.

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